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Whole School SMSC

Social, Moral, Spiritual, Cultural




Our School Leadership Team work hard alongside our Pupil Leadership Team to shape

our school for the future. 


Our School Council Representatives are democratically elected. They developed their understanding of democracy last year as they took part in political debates at Manchester People's Museum during Parliament Day. 


Our Eco Committee is also made up of pupil elected representatives. They represent the views of their classmates and contribute to whole school decision making and planning. 



Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are highly trained, elected pupils who support both staff and pupils. 


For more information on any of our pupils groups - please see the 'Pupil Voice' section on the sign post on our home page. 


We are incredibly proud of our Year Six Reading Buddies who have chosen to give up some their lunchtimes to read with our younger children. Our Year Sixes demonstrating that they are mature citizens who make a positive contribution to our school community. 


Please see the themes for our assembly rota. Themes from whole school assemblies are continued throughout the week during collective worship sessions in classes. Praise assemblies are held on a Friday when we celebrate pupil achievements both in and outside of school. One child from each class is given gold award in recognition of their consistent modelling of the school Code of Conduct/Values and Golden Rules. They are invited to afternoon tea with the Headteacher or a member of the Leadership Team.


Growth Mindsets Assembly Powerpoint

E Safety Assembly Powerpoint

This year, we are continuing to fund raise to sponsor Aime, our friend in Sierra Leone. We recognise how wealthy we are in comparison and want to help. Mr Aggrey can tell us all about the difficulties children face in Waterloo in Sierra Leone as he went to visit. 
Picture 1 We sponsor her and help to pay for her schooling.
Picture 2 Our money helps to fund her school.
Picture 3 Waterloo is supporting Waterloo.

Harvest Festival at Waterloo Primary School

It was a very special morning on Monday 17th October as the children celebrated our Harvest Festival by bringing in items for Waterloo Food Bank. The children learnt all about harvest traditions around the world and also the importance of local food banks in our wider community.

Sharing ideas in Base 3

Sharing ideas in Base 3 1 Working collaboratively.

Assembly Themes 2015/2016

Assembly Themes 2015/2016 1
Assembly Themes 2015/2016 2
Assembly Themes 2015/2016 3